What do you do?
Provide targeted insights for users who are looking to skill up in various areas of their career while also providing "talent communities" for corporates to build engaging relationships with these users.
Do you have a desired widget or app screen size?
How many pages do you need designed?
What is your industry?
Publishing and Media
Describe the target audience for your widget or app
Individuals and corporates who are looking to develop a "professional talent community" for the purposes of improving their skillsbase.
What are 3 things would you like to communicate to your audience through your widget or app design?
Professionalism, Accessibility (as in, not elite or ivory tower, but accessible and understandable), Knowledge
Style and Concept
What widget or app design styles do you like?
The website is found at www.bravenewtalent.com and we are looking for the Hero image to be revamped and potentially any improvements you would make to the page.
We have an *appreciation* for the style of asana.com, but our color palette is different.
What colors do you want to see in your widget or app design?
See the live site (www.bravenewtalent.com) and please use the palette that is found on the live site. Please note the hero graphic is a problem - it does not match the design palette.
What colors do you NOT want to see in your widget or app design?
See the live site
What adjectives should best describe your widget or app design?
Professional, Accessible, Understandable, Learned
What content must be included in the widget or app design?
See live site - use the same content
Do you have additional requirements or links you'd like to share?
The major problem we currently have is that the hero image (the three circles) have diminished the goal of the site - which is to show that a Professional Community is the combination of the three areas (topics/skills, talents - individuals, and the organizations). The goal is to show that the company is the solution to the capturing and sharing of that content created and shared by the different groups. The Venn diagram is an excellent tool.
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